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Ultimate AspirationPlay
Often conveys a lofty or ambitious goal, sometimes considered unattainable or requiring great effort. SlideWinning the Nobel Prize is the grail for many scientists.
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Cultural MetaphorPlay
Used metaphorically in various contexts, drawing on the legendary status to imply a revered quest. SlideFor a mountaineer, summiting Everest is the grail.
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Intense DedicationPlay
'Pursuit of the grail’ suggests a passionate, sometimes lifelong commitment to a goal. SlideHer grail was to become an Olympic champion.